Songs From The South
1st Friday of every month - 21:00 - 23:59
Every Sunday 16:00 - 18:00
Email: Paul Chamberlain
Paul Chamberlain’s transition of musical interest from pop and glam rock
began in 1973 when he heard the late Alan (Fluff) Freeman play Hendrix's
'Star Spangled Banner' one Saturday afternoon on the BBC.
has also studied -and is now qualified - as a publishing editor, which will
be handy if Paul ever writes his memoirs.
“As much as I love Florida, especially away from the theme parks, I would probably settle near Helen, Georgia at the base of The Appalachians. The State lines of Tennessee, North Carolina and even Alabama are within easy driving distance and the scenery is breathtaking, especially when you drive through the Great Smoky Mountains. It must appeal to the hillbilly in me!”
“I love travelling around away from the tourist hotspots. April and I called into a McDonalds somewhere in North Carolina once and our accent stopped the traffic. I guess they don’t get many Brits passing through. Even in a restaurant in St. Augustine, Florida locals were coming up to our table just to talk to us. Everyone is so welcoming over there.”
Paul’s Southern musical influences are classic bands like Blackfoot, The
Allman Brothers Band, Outlaws, Molly Hatchet, .38 Special, Doc Holliday and
Lynyrd Skynyrd plus new talent such as Preacher Stone and Hogjaw.
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